Ulsan ends six-game winning streak…Gimcheon Sangmu remains unbeaten in seven games, third in the standings and third in points

Ulsan’s bid for a sixth consecutive win and a share of the lead crumbled in front of Gimcheon Sangmu’s seven-match unbeaten streak.

In the 12th round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 Ulsan HD at Munsus Stadium in Ulsan, Gimcheon chipped away at Ulsan’s lead and eventually settled for a 2-2 draw with a theater goal in second-half stoppage time.

It was Ulsan, who were on a winning streak, 먹튀검증 who took the early lead.

Rubikson put Ulsan ahead in the first two minutes, but a foul on Ulsan’s Kim Young-kwon midway through the first half was awarded a penalty kick after VAR, which Kim Dae-won converted to send the teams into halftime tied 1-1.

Ulsan took the lead in the second half when Kim Young-kwon scored in the sixth minute. From then on, the match was a fierce battle between Gimcheon’s determination to chase and Ulsan’s focus, until defender Kim Tae-hyun’s mid-range shot rattled the net in the fourth minute of second-half stoppage time to end in a draw.

After halting Ulsan’s rise to a sixth consecutive win, Gimcheon remains unbeaten in seven matches and sits in third place with six wins, four draws and two losses, three points behind leaders Pohang, while Ulsan, who had been chasing the lead, remains in second place, one point behind leaders Pohang.

Gimcheon head coach Jung Jung-yong, who was looking for his first win against Ulsan, said, “It was unfortunate that we conceded early, but overall, we didn’t lose the game,” adding that he was grateful for the way they played.

The coach praised the performances of Kim Dae-won and Kim Tae-hyun, who scored the goals, and was pleased with the players who are gradually improving.

After a tough trip to Ulsan, Gimcheon will look to extend their unbeaten streak to eight matches with a home match against Jeju United on the 18th.